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You can also try Visual Studio Code for Linux. It has auto completition, words highlighting and themes, plugins, extensions...


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Ubuntu have plenty of editor. Here are two options: You can use Gedit with plugin (gedit-restore-tabs). Atom is a very powerful editor with a tons of plugins, save-session or remember-session will does the trick.


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I found out that this topic was rolled through already. My favorite tool that I found: http://codr.io/


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I'm not familiar with R, but according to this answer, you run a script from command-line using Rscript. With Rscript installed, you can then create a custom build system for Sublime Text (Tools > Build System > New Build System). At its most basic, it would look something like this: { "cmd": ["Rscript", "$file"] "selector": "source.r", "...



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